How To Find The Best Luxury Villa Rentals

Searching the website is very easy, as the search engine is right on the home page, so you can’t possibly miss it. There’s also a map of the island, with all properties pinpointed on it, so you can see from a glance which ones would be the most convenient for you. If you don’t want to see all the properties, you can restrict the price range to fall within your budget. Continue reading “How To Find The Best Luxury Villa Rentals”

Romania Destination Guide

Tradition and modernity co-exist gracefully in Romania. Fairy-tale castles and cobblestoned villages steeped in antiquity are a graceful presence beside spiffy new eateries and busy metropolises. Walking through the hustle and bustle of these cities, it’s hard to imagine that Romania was once predominantly associated with the vampire legend of Count Dracula. But then, that’s what makes Romania a fascinating travel destination – its metamorphosis into a modern nation without erasing its rich, cultural history. Continue reading “Romania Destination Guide”

Getting to Romania

In the recent past, with the fading of the Communist era, immigration rules have eased up considerably. Residents of the USA, European Union, Japan, Canada, Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand require no visa for a 90-day stay. Turkish citizens are allowed stay up to a maximum of 60 days. Visitors from neighbouring former Communist countries are allowed up to 30 days. Continue reading “Getting to Romania”

Transportation in Romania

A host of elements come together to make Romania a magnet for visitors on the international tourist circuit. Despite being a small country, it has tremendous geographical diversity, offering a variety of holiday activities. There’s also the country’s priceless heritage of monuments, many of which are well preserved and offer a glimpse into the country’s rich history. Finally, there’s Romania’s traditional folk culture, vibrant and alive. Continue reading “Transportation in Romania”

Things to see and do in Romania

Think Romania and in all probability dreary, mental images arise of a typical, communist nation – grey, grim and, quite simply, boring. But communism’s rigid control over Romania’s political, academic and cultural life is now a thing of the past. In the last decade, the country’s rich, ethnic culture has revived and flowered in the new spirit of freedom.
Great places to visit and things to see and do in Romania include: Continue reading “Things to see and do in Romania”

Romania country guide

Romania, the largest of the Balkan states, sits at Europe’s crossroads and is an ancient land that has witnessed the rule of the Romans, the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires. Its unique historical legacy is one reason why Romanian citizens often refer to themselves as ‘an island of Latinos’ in a ‘sea of Slavs’. It’s impossible not to be charmed by Romania, with a culture so different from other European destinations. Continue reading “Romania country guide”

Transylvania tourism

Transylvania is a destination rich in history, with beautiful scenery, ancient traditions, quaint villages and enchanting castles. Widely known as the home of Vlad the Impaler, or Dracula, travellers will be delighted with the adorable medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara, surrounded by the soaring Carpathian Mountains and the charming Transylvania hotels offering hospitable accommodation in stunning natural scenery. Continue reading “Transylvania tourism”

Transylvania weather

Transylvania enjoys a continental climate. It does not get very high rainfall (about 500-800 mm); the summers are hot and the winters are cold. Average temperatures in Transylvania range from 20 °C (68F) in July to 10 °C (50 °F) in April and October, and ­-2 °C (28 °F) in January. Tourists usually visit Transylvania between May and October, except for those interested in winter sports. Find out the current temperature in Transylvania with our six-day Transylvania weather forecast below. Continue reading “Transylvania weather”